San Francisco Lyric Chorus Spring 2007 season
- The San Francisco Lyric Chorus, under the direction of Robert Gurney,
invites singers to join us for our Spring 2007 trimester. We have
in all parts.
KALEIDOSCOPE: DIFFERENT CULTURES/DIFFERENT VOICES
Lee R. Kesselman SHONA MASS
Lee R. Kesselman THIS GRAND SHOW IS ETERNAL (2006 Lyric Chorus
Juan Pérez Bocanegra HANACPACHAP CUSICUINNIN
Gaspar Fernandes XICOCHI XICOCHI CONETZINTLE
Gaspar Fernandes TLEYCANTIMO CHOQUILIYA
J. David Moore ANNUA GAUDIA
Chen Yi ARIRANG
Chen Yi SAKURA
Zhou Long WORDS OF THE SUN
Stephen Hatfield NUKAPIANGUAQ
James Mulholland MY LOVE IS LIKE A RED, RED ROSE
James Mulholland HIGHLAND MARY
To arrange for an audition or obtain further information, contact Music
Director Robert Gurney at 415-775-5111 or rgurney@...
Rehearsals are held on Monday nights from 7:15-9:45 p.m. at Trinity
Episcopal Church, Bush & Gough Streets, San Francisco.
REHEARSALS BEGIN MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2007
Chorus fees are $75 per trimester plus music, which will cost
$30 for the Spring 2007 trimester.
Visit the San Francisco Lyric Chorus website at: http://www.sflc.org
Founded in March 1995, the San Francisco Lyric Chorus is a diverse
auditioned chorus comprised of skilled, committed singers who are
to excellence and expressiveness in the study and performance of choral
works of all periods. Since 1995, the Chorus' performances have
such major works as the Mozart, Brahms, Duruflé, Campra, Victoria,
Howells REQUIEMS; Bach's MAGNIFICAT; Mozart's MASS IN C MINOR and MISSA
SOLEMNIS; Bernstein's CHICHESTER PSALMS and MISSA BREVIS; Schubert's
G and DEUTSCHE MESSE; Pärt's MAGNIFICAT, CANTATE DOMINO and BEATITUDES;
Verdi's FOUR SACRED PIECES; Britten's REJOICE IN THE LAMB, HYMN TO ST.
CECILIA and FESTIVAL TE DEUM; Lauridsen's LUX AETERNA; Joseph Haydn's
IN TIME OF WAR and HARMONIEMESSE; Dvorák's MASS IN D; Kodály's LAUDES
ORGANI; Bruckner's MASS NO 1 IN D MINOR; Vaughan Williams' DONA NOBIS
and FIVE MYSTICAL SONGS, and Bloch's SACRED SERVICE.
The Chorus' Discovery Series includes our first commissioned work,
Kesselman's 2006 composition, THIS GRAND SHOW IS ETERNAL, as well as Amy
Beach's GRAND MASS IN E FLAT and PANAMA HYMN (written for San
1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition), Robert Witt's FOUR
THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, and Kirke Mechem's CHRISTMAS THE MORN,
THEY, TO MUSIC and selections from his recent operas JOHN BROWN and THE